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EB5 Coast To Coast is a family of USCIS-designated EB-5 Regional Centers, spanning from the Atlantic to Pacific Oceans. Presently our Regional Centers cover areas in 49 states, including most major metropolitan areas. We partner with investors and developers to facilitate capital investment in projects that will create jobs and provide opportunity for immigration through the EB5 visa program. We specialize in the development, construction and operations of residential and mixed-use projects, a popular investment type for EB-5 investors. We particularly seek humanitarian projects such as addiction treatment centers, homeless housing, veteran’s housing, and low income housing.


For over 30 years Steve Smith and his team have been building an impressive track record of achievement and success in the real estate development and construction industry. By carefully assessing each step in the development process—from market research and site selection to design, construction, marketing and customer service—they have delivered high-quality apartment, condominium and mixed-use projects that have commanded premium pricing. In 2012, Steve’s team entered the EB-5 space when USCIS granted approval for their first Regional Center in Washington state. Today EB5 Coast to Coast operates 14 regional centers spanning 49 states.


Over 400 EB-5 investors have been sponsored by our Regional Centers. More than 180 have received I-526 approval, and over 70 have received I-829 approval.


EB5 Coast To Coast has earned the 526 Award from EB5 Investors Magazine. The 526 Award recognizes successful EB-5 regional centers across the country for the important role they play as part of the EB-5 program’s positive impact in our nation by helping to create American jobs while stimulating our economy.

EB-5 Regional Center 526 Award


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Thank you for considering EB5 Coast To Coast for your EB-5 investment. Our company mission is to help EB-5 investors immigrate to the best country in the world, the U.S.A. My mother was an immigrant half a century ago when she, my father and I moved here from Taiwan. I have personally experienced all the diverse and wonderful things that immigrants have brought here. Over ten years ago I entered the EB-5 business and since then have helped over 400 investors navigate the complicated but extremely rewarding process of obtaining a green card through the EB-5 visa program. For me, the best part of this business is the personal satisfaction I get by helping others achieve one of their greatest goals in life: to move to, live in, and most importantly, pursue happiness in this great country. I hope you will let me and my team help you in your pursuit of this goal.

Many Blessings,
Steve Smith


Here are some of the real estate development projects completed by Steve Smith. For our EB-5 Projects, visit our EB-Projects page.

Photo of Stazione:25. Address: 2715 25th Ave S, Seattle. Year: 2018. Units: 301.
Photo of The Savoy at Lake City. Address: 13730 Lake City Way NE, Seattle. Year: 2017. Units: 80.
Architect rendering of Interurban Senior Living Apartments. Address: 14002 Linden Ave N, Seattle. Year: 2013. Units: 178.
Photo of Victoria Park Apartments. Address: 13716 Lake City Way NE, Seattle. Year: 2011. Units: 152.
Photo of Cedar Park Apartments. Address: 12740 30th Ave NE, Seattle. Year: 2009.
Photo of Holman Road Townhomes. Address: 10134 Holman Rd. NW, Seattle. Year: 2008. Units: 18.
Architect rendering of Matae Condominiums. Address: 159 Denny Way, Seattle. Year: 2006. Units: 81.
Photo of Maxwell Condominiums. Address: 700 E Denny Way, Seattle. Year: 2005. Units: 53.
Photo of Jeffrey Apartments. Address: 412 11th Ave, Seattle. Year: 2002. Units: 72. This project was converted to condominiums in 2006 and is now named Epic Condominiums.
Photo of Oliver Apartments. Address: 1125 E Olive, Seattle. Year: 2002. Units: 62. This project was converted to condominiums in 2006 and is now named Onyx Condominiums.
Photo of Mosaic Apartments. Address: 668 S Lane St, Seattle. Year: 2002. Units: 75. This project was converted to condominiums in 2006 and is now named Asia Condominiums.
Photo of Landings Lake Union Condos. Address: 3919 Latona Ave N, Seattle. Year: 2000. Units: 27.
Photo of Solara Apartments. Address: 12724 Lake City Way NE, Seattle. Year: 1999. Units: 238. This site was built by a joint venture consisting of the Fortune Group and Simpson Housing Co.
Photo of City View Apartments. Address: 4300 Aurora Ave N, Seattle. Year: 1998. Units: 44.
Photo of Harvard Off Broadway Apartments. Address: 212 Harvard Ave E, Seattle. Year: 1997. Units: 20.
No photo available, Maple Knolls Apartments of Richmond Beach. Address: 20048 15th Ave NW, Shoreline WA. Year: 1996. Units: 31.
No photo available. Summit on California Condos. Address: 4409 California Ave SW, Seattle. Year: 1996. Units: 18.
Photo of Lake Washington Heights Condominiums. Address: 15020 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park WA. Year: 1995. Units: 31.
Photo of Cornerstone Queen Anne apartments. Address: 500 Aloha St., Seattle. Year: 1994. Units: 35.
Photo of Alderwood Apartments. Address: 300 11th Ave, Seattle. Year: 1994. Units: 35.
Photo of Brookhaven Apartments. Address: 30823 18th Ave S, Federal Way. Year: 1991. Units: 72.
Photo of Hazelton Apartments, a real estate development project by Steve Smith. Address: 4328 7th Ave NE, Seattle. Year: 1990. Units: 27.
Photo of Pinehurt East Condos. Address: 12026 15th Ave NE, Seattle. Year: 1989. Units: 18.
Photo of Pinehurst West Apartments. Address: 12007 15th Ave NE, Seattle. Year: 1989. Units: 18.
Photo of Ravenna Manor Condominiums. Address: 5110 Ravenna Place NE, Seattle. Year: 1989. Units: 5. Value: $2 million.


View our Entitlement Projects. These are projects entitled by Steve Smith and then sold to other development companies which then later built the project.